[SecurityWeek] Neiman Marcus Confirms Payment Cards Compromised in Data Breach

Luxury retail company Neiman Marcus Group on Thursday confirmed that customer information was indeed stolen in a data breach.

During the incident, which occurred in May 2020, hackers were able to exfiltrate information associated with online customer accounts, including payment card data, the company says.

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